The 3rd part of the experiment – a non-detailed install on another machine, and a few observations.
The 2nd part of the experiment – the full installation process with images.
The 1st part of the experiement – setup, software, and hardware.
A look at the GA-8I915ME-GL motherboard. Fairly spec oriented, though I do include screenshots of the BIOS as well.
A first-time look at the Zen Cart system.
Jamming ads within WordPress posts with an adsense deluxe plugin.
A short look at the Kill A Watt power device – an item that helps you check the power consumption of each of your devices.
Doing a 301 redirect to drop the WWW on a website through Apache rewrite rules in .htaccess .
Another riddle (sort of). I suppose it could be a PSA too.
A look at a monitor that nobody’s ever heard about from a company that nobody’s ever heard about.
An interesting, and somewhat challenging riddle with a story attached.
Far too often, people compare the prices of printers at face value. Years later, they may have spent 10X the amount in ink.
A UPS is one of those things that should be a no-brainer. No, it’s not an exciting purchase. Know what else isn’t exciting? Brownouts, power surges, blackouts, and fried computers.
Here I go over my reasons for switching from Blogger to the “self hosted” WordPress.
A solid $40 power supply without frills.
Even more interesting: People manage to kill enough motherboards that ABit makes it easy to get the new BIOS to begin with.
Spoiler: Less wasted heat, less money wasted on electricity.
I set up a free subdomain redirection service.
In Part 2, I’m faced with disappointing early results, and try making a few changes, hoping for improvement.
A fairly standard webhost review of asmallorange.